Primera Announces Bravo XRn Network Disc Publisher at NAB 2007
Posted Apr 16, 2007

Primera Technology, Inc., the world's leading developer and manufacturer of CD, DVD, and BD duplication and printing equipment, today announced its Bravo XRn Network Disc Publisher at NAB 2007, April 16-19, 2007 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Powered by an internal Windows XP Embedded computer, the Bravo XRn Network Disc Publisher gives everyone in the office the ability to produce their own professional-quality CDs, DVDs and BDs. Jobs can be sent from an unlimited number of networked users. The included Windows XP/2000 and Vista client software is based upon Primera's PTPublisher disc publishing software. PTPublisher utilizes a robust disc burning engine from industry-leader Sonic Solutions, Inc.

Other features include the following:

Intended markets include mid- to large-sized companies and organizations, government agencies and virtually any office that has a need to burn and print discs for the distribution of audio, video, data, images, graphics, photos and more. "Bravo XRn is a true network-ready, enterprise-level disc publisher that's very easy to use," said Mark D. Strobel, Primera Technology's Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "You just take it out of the box, plug it into an RJ-45 Ethernet jack and enable a few initial settings. Anyone in the office can then burn and print professional-grade, full-color CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs quickly and easily from their networked computers - automatically and hands-free."

The Bravo XRn Network Disc Publisher is priced at US$6995 (MSRP) for the CD/DVD version. The CD/DVD/BD version is priced at US$8995 (MSRP). The Bravo XRn Network Disc Publisher is scheduled to ship June 2007. It will be sold and supported in more than 85 countries through selected "Certified by Primera" resellers and distributors who have been factory-trained on Primera's professional-grade disc publishing solutions.